High school football

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  • High School Football Is Popular

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    High school football began in the late nineteenth century along side many college football teams. Practices became apparent with multiple pep rallies, cross-town and county rivals, mascots, marching bands, and homecomings. High school football is considered to be the first tier of football, prior to collegiate and professional play if a player is good enough. Over the years, high school football has gained coverage by broadcast media and games can be featured on regional channels. Overall, high

  • The High School Football Team

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    it. He played left tackle for his high school football team. He became a standout guard and began to gain a lot of local attention from the area around. By his senior season Chad was one of the best left guards in the state. Chad explained to us at this point all the pressure set in. At this moment, he felt as though all his moves he made were being watched and had no room for any type of error. Chad told us as a kid he wanted to enjoy his young life without being observed twenty four seven. Chad

  • Concussions In High School Football

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    participated in high school football in the 2015-2016 school year. In high school football, a study shown that one in fourteen players will suffer from a head injury during their time playing (Burns). Another study shown that students are three times more likely to suffer from any type of injury than any other major sport. High school football is too dangerous of a sport for teenagers who are still growing mentally and physically. Football has and will continue being a very lethal sport for high school students

  • Pressure In High School Football

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    High school football over the years has become a huge spectacle lets just talk about the DWF area or we can even get smaller to make a point if you made a 25 mile radius these local high school teams play at the Star (seats 12,000), Allen stadium (seats 18,000 cost 60 million), and McKinney’s new stadium (seats 12,000 costs 69.9 million). This is just high school football these young kids playing under tremendous pressure from the start. The pressure to play high school football is immense, there

  • Why Is High School Football Dangerous

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    High school football be one of the more dangerous sports, but it also has a great impact on the players and the society around it. High school football creates a sense of community and love for the sport, gives the players traits that they may need for the rest of their lives, and even though it is still dangerous, it has made tremendous success saftey wise from when the sport was first introduced. High school football has a good effect on it’s team and the people involved. One of the main reasons

  • Football : The High School

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    When someone mentions Phoebus High School of Hampton, Virginia, it is usually combined with another topic, football. The high school is more often known for having one of the most successful football programs in the state of Virginia. Virginia High School League name Phoebus as the #1 football program of this century. Since 2001 Phoebus has won 7 state football championships with the later four coming in back to back. Little boys dreamed of playing football for Phoebus and parents had strategic plans

  • High School Football Dangers

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    Dangers of High School Football “”I never really thought going back would cost me in the long run,” Monti says” (Tyler). In today's society, young men participating in football are raised to “be tough” and “take a hit”. What they do not consider are the dangers of going back too soon. Many athletes will be experiencing symptoms of concussions, like dizziness and vision issues, but they continue to play (Meadows). American football is one of the most popular and loved sports in the nation. From nearly

  • Importance Of High School Football

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    Being a high school football player is difficult at times, but student-athletes can make this very easy if they want it to be. I played high school football all four years, and it was easy to me because I played with my teammates in middle school too. Because of that, my team trusted each other and depended on each other during the game of football. My football team was on its way to a state championship because we came together, did our assignments in the game and worked hard everyday in practice

  • Dangers Of High School Football

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    Despite the Fun Football is also Dangerous Football is an exciting sport for the players and the ones who watch. While at the same time it is also actually dangerous. It is one of the remarkably unhealthy activities played in the United States. Nearly all of the people playing football have been injured before, even if it was undersized like a sprained leg or ankle. It will still eventually cause problems afterward in their lives. Concussions are known to have the highest rank of injuries. Injuries

  • The Football Of High School

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    Football in high school took most of my time. It made me put family and friend’s aside because it was a sport I committed myself to every day. I knew I was not going to be playing at the pro or college level yet I wanted to have a good high school team; unfortunately that didn 't happen. My junior year, we won two games and lost the rest. During my senior year we won four games and lost the rest, but that was two more games won than the previous year. Sometimes I felt like all that work and commitment

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